Biden holds a meeting on Wednesday to prepare for extreme weather conditions

The President emphasizes the need to provide resources to combat floods, forest fires and other natural disasters.

US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are meeting with ministers, governors and representatives of the private sector on Wednesday to discuss the devastating effects of drought, heat and wildfires in the western United States, as well as to step up measures to prevent and respond to wildfires.

Biden told reporters last week that he would like to make sure that the US authorities can help Americans cope with difficult weather conditions amid the hurricane season and the heat wave that hit western states.

He stressed that the United States should have all available resources to combat floods, forest fires and other extreme weather events. Meanwhile, in the northwestern regions of the Pacific Coast, where the record heat was held for three days, the temperature dropped sharply on Tuesday, and a cool wind blew from the ocean.

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